Sarah Palozzi
H. BA., B.Ed, MACP

Sarah Palozzi

Languages: English
Virtually across ONAlliston, ONBolton, ON
N/A
Accepting new clients
Booking
Availability
Monday: 2pm – 9pm (Virtual or In Person Bolton Office) Tuesday: 10am – 3pm, 7 – 9pm (Virtual Only) Wednesday: 11am – 5pm (Virtual or In Person Bolton Office) Thursday: 10am – 6pm (Virtual or In Person Bolton Office) ​Saturday: Occasional (In Person Alliston Office)
Rates
Individuals $160.00 Couples/Family $230
Specialities
Therapies offered
ADHD and Executive Function CoachingADHD-adapted Couples TherapyNeurodivergent-affirming therapy
Clientele
Children (5-9)Preteens (10-12)Early Teens (13-15)Late Teens (16-17)AdultsCouplesParentsFamilies
Area of Focus
ADHDAnxiety (GAD, Social anxiety)Autism/AuADHDDepression and mood disorders, PMDDFamily of origin, intergenerational trauma, culture rolesLife Transitions (Stress / burnout, Career transitions, Family)PerfectionismPTSD (cPTSD, Occupational stress injury, Sanctuary trauma, Traumatic abuse/Betrayal trauma recovery)Relationships (attachment, healthy boundaries, codependency)Substance use and recoveryYoung adulthood (post-secondary transitions, Gen Z/Millennial issues, Self-esteem)
Bio

Sarah’s therapeutic approach focuses on relationship building, with the firm belief that everyone has the answers to their most joyous and embodied life. She believes that healthy connections start with developing a grounded sense of self; however, this can often get buried beneath layers of external influences, stress, and trauma. To help uncover each person’s truth, Sarah integrates various therapeutic techniques and modalities. In her sessions, she guides adults, teenagers, and children 10+ toward a place of validation, comfort, and safety to support their journey within.

Taking a close look at our relationship with ourselves often leads to clarity around how and why we relate to the world and others. Sarah’s experience has taught her that this is the most powerful way of facilitating emotional well-being. Drawing on her background in trauma processing and recovery, stress related to depression, anxiety, life transitions, and recovery from addiction, she helps clients liberate themselves from harmful behaviours and habits and get to the heart of their disconnection from the world. Sarah provides a brave space to expand past your comfort zone and challenge your limiting beliefs.

Backed by a diverse history in supporting youth with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), learning disabilities, and other mental health needs, Sarah is particularly interested in fostering thriving parent-child relationships. She is also a passionate advocate for individuals affected by addiction, intimate partner violence, family-related trauma, and family transitions.

Above all, Sarah wishes for everyone to live the life they deserve, even if they are not sure of what that is yet. She is an advocate of slowing down, encouraging clients to replace some of their constant “doing” with “being,” as this makes space for our most authentic selves to come through. Her guidance offers you practical tools to embrace yourself and gain newfound clarity around your place in the world.

Because living bravely starts by reconnecting within.

CREDENTIALS | AFFILIATIONS

  • Member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)
  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University
  • Certification and training in suicide risk prevention and trauma-focused therapy
Sarah Palozzi

Sarah Palozzi

Monday: 2pm – 9pm (Virtual or In Person Bolton Office) Tuesday: 10am – 3pm, 7 – 9pm (Virtual Only) Wednesday: 11am – 5pm (Virtual or In Person Bolton Office) Thursday: 10am – 6pm (Virtual or In Person Bolton Office) ​Saturday: Occasional (In Person Alliston Office)